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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1907

H' Last Chance Don't Miss the Opportunity. Wc have been usually successful in disposing of our stock of Summer Clothing. We have been so successful that we have only one counter of summer Clothing and there are not many suits on that. In order to dispose of these we are offering them at prices way below what they were origin- ally marked. We can't fit everybody but we can fit you we will name a price for choice of these suits that will astonish you. Better come and look them over. We also have just a few patterns of Summer Dress Goods such as lawns dimities and the like which we give you a bar- gain in. These few patterns ' are excellant and ought to find a ready sale at the reduced prices we are putting on them. If interested we will be pleased to show you these patterns. Rogers Dry Goods Company. 31 IE IO Diseases peculiar to summer such as fevers cholera morbus etc. are successfully treated by Osteopathy. For the Osteopath phone 568. Miss Lou Belle Perry is home from a delightful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 August 1907

BULLETIN. We issue the best accident We want the Fire Insurance oh your new dwelling! Can we(have it ? jpolicies on the mauci r- ;us. E. B. HENIEY & CO. E. B. HENLEY & CO. NO. 269 VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY. AUGUST 27 1907 DAILY D D D HULL Viol l a ANuLlU J Fall Millinery . The season for Fall -Millinery showings has arrived and during the next few weeks the all absorbing topic with the ladies will be the new styles in headwear. The new styles are lovely and cf course the ladies are impatient to see them therefore we are hurrying with all our might to get ready for the usual grand opening when all the newest creations known to the Millinery art will be on display. If you want the correct styles you will come to fashion headquarters. Miss Mctlutchon. HHHMHM I A Health Resort Visit McMinn's health resort- thousands go there each day and partake of the refreshing foun- tain drinks. Mc Minn's Soda Fount is reallr a health resort for there vou can obtain the purest of drin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor. Catered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ttbwsription Per Month ....50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. BARBARISM IN TEXAS. One can hardly believe a cruel story of barbarism that comes from Houston and is told through the columns of the Chronicle." It sounds like the reports that once came from Mexico of cruelty of officials to thoss unfortunate enough to fall into the clutches of the authorities. According to the Chronicle a man weak from dissipation and from hunger appeared before a magistrate and asked to be sent anywhere that he might obtain bread. He was well connected and had friends but was too proud to ask help from those he knew. He was sent to the county convict camp and put to work loading oats. A sack of oats was placed on his shoulder and he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 August 1907

tt::::::.:::::::::;:;;;:;:;;;::; o 9 9 0 o C2a o ' e 9 9. Special Orders Taken . by J. A. Blackshear The Place for Quality. ;;;.;;;;;;;;.; ;; ;'.;;;;;;;.;; Buggy and Horse Found. Harry Campbell who lost hia horse and buggy from the Metho diet ohuroh Sunday night located them on the Indian Creek road four miles from town yeBterday. The horse was tied to a tree near the Kitohens old plaoe. It is thought that someone stole the animal and buggy and drove out that road and Jpft thm there. Six good lots. Price $125 each. Terms S25 cash balance 6 and 12 months get one build a house and quit renting. E. B. Henley & Co. Building New Houses- Geo. F. Kornegay of Blanket who is spending the day in Brownwood today says Blanket is growing right along in spitn of the extremely dry weather. Sev- eral new houses are going up and business is reasonHbly good. What a New Jersey Editor Says. M. T. Lynoh Editor of the Phillipsburg N. J. Dily Post writes: I have used many kinds of medioines for coughs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 August 1907

'. X 2 '1 a: Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING C. Hrou. Catered at the Brown wood Postotfice as Second-Class Mail Matt -r. Will H. Mayxs Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tonneu. Cilv fc.il 'tor. E. E. KlRKPATP nK Asso. Ell. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech Dept. . . E. C. SKITK Dalv C rrnijior Subscription per Month ! 50c Tuesday Aug. 27 1907. ee)ooooooooooo General News ? 40000004-0O4.004-00 Adam Kaulfers. of Richmond was in the rear of the restaur- ant with some boys when one o them bet him lie could not gifab and hold a large hog that was near them. Young Kaulfers immediately grabbed the hog when it turned and seized him by the thigh severed the femoral artery and threw him some dis- tance across the lot. He was rendered unconscious from! 'loss or blood in a few seconds. He vas carried into the restaurant aiid a physician was called in and pronounced him dying as ittwasi impossible to stop the hemorrh--age. i . Notwithstanding the predic- tions of the mysterious individual l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 August 1907

to WAR ON MOSQUITO City Council Comes to the Rescue of the Suffering Citizens. WILL POUR OIL ON WATERS Ma to Be Employed to Wage War Oa the Little Peitt Which Have Bees Cauaiag So Much Iasomma. To those who have been stay- ing awake nights lambasting the ambient atmosphere with vile epithets and swarms of mos- quitoes with pillows the news fcWh eminates from the city headquarters today is most wel- come. . The city dads last night in council assembled declared war to the bitter end on the mos- quito. The method seems not war like but it has been proven to be so. Oil will be poured on the troublesome waters and the husky mosquitoes will be routed and slain. The special officer having in charge the extermination of the pests will be instructed to use freely the output of the Standard Octupus in the effort to destroy charge of the sewer will receive the first baptism of oil and then the officer will visit all private residences and where any stag- nant water or cess pool is found oil w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 August 1907

Is Tlie Discount 20 o o o Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still booming. Many people have' taken advantage of some rare bar- gains You should do likewise 20 ) $6-50 Kitchen Cabinet for $3.50. 2 bins 2 drawers--. Think of this it is as cheap as a plain kitchen table. Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Oster- moor Mattresses J. T. Molnnis. UNDERTAKER is next door to Bulletin office. CASKETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open day and night. Protap attention to all calls. O ffice phone 69 Residence 228 The New Port Sudan. Suakin on the Red sea has proved an unsatisfactory port and is to be superseded by a brand new rival which has been built np out of coral work and desert sand by the Egyptian authorities. The rival is Port Sudan the latest addition to the cities of the British empire and an enthusiast says that it is destined to be a place of magnitude and im- portance in the days when cotton shall have made it the Xew Orleans of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 August 1907

i Diseases peculiar to summer such as fevers cholera morbus etc are successfully treated by Osteopathy. For the Osteopath phone 568. Misses Mary and Annie Lee Simmons went to Bangs this morning to vieit friends. i I. ii If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Little- Mibb Bennie Mae Ro- quemore of Coleman is the 'de- lighted u est of her aunt Mrs. Edgar fcigbt. $200.$) 'buys two good lots in- YalleyYiew addition. Terms. E. B. Henley & Co. Misses Ruth and Beatrice Mc- Dermott and Zita and Dimpy Boyten returned last night from a pleasant visit to friends at San Angelo. Dr. J. A. Abney left this morning for Abilene to look after some important business matters. J. W. Davis and family of Blanket are in the city today as guest of Mrs. J. A. Abney and other relatives. "Mothers Bread' all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brownwood Bakery. If you want to buy or property in Brownwood. Chambers Commission Co. sell See H. T. "Williams went to Temple last night on busine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 August 1907

1 Bulletin. c want the Fire Initir irice ! We issue the best accident policies on the market! Sec on your new dwelling. Can ire have it? tar; us. E. B. HStfLEY & CO. E. B. HENLEY & CO OL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 1907. NO. 270 DAILY D o D 0 Fall Millinery The season for Fall Millinery showings has arrived and during the next few weeks the all absorbing topic with the ladies will be the new styles in headwear. The new styles are lovely and of course the ladies are impatient to see them therefore we are hurrying with all our might to get ready for the usual grand opening when all the newest creations known to the Millinery art will - be on display. If you want the correct styles you will come to fashion headquarters. Miss McHutchon. The Brooke Smith Residence For Sale Has all modern conveniences hot and cold wat' r an second and third flcors two bath rooms all titled out 8 rooms besides "Jtf kitchen. Barn Baggy house servants room lanndry ' room and wood nouse....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY. Proprietors. Entered at the Bronwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ubtcription Per Month 50J WILL H. MAYES Managing- Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E.E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. w. i. hula Foreman Mech. Dept. Money Saved is THE BROWNWOOD LIBRARY. There is no institution in Brown wood that costs so little in proportion to the returns as the Carnesrie Library. There are many people who do not appreciate this fact because they do not fee for themselves the work that is being done there in a quiet unostentatious way. i It costs xhe citizens of Brownwood about . six cents each per year to avail themselves of the several thous- and books that arejiow in the library. Probably today there is a library book being read in every other family in the city and njany homes are never without them. With the opening of the schools the library becomes almost a public necessity for stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 August 1907

u .1 : :::::o:::::o:o 9 3i. Nettleton Nettleton Nettleton Nettleton's Shoes. Special Orders Taken by J. A. Blackshcar The Place for Quality. Tie Man's Outfitter. 9 ) Handbill Circular Barred. Temple Texas Aug. 25. The city council recently dealt vig- orously by ordinance with three time honored nuisances. The hand bill circular distributor and the medicine sampler is sup- pressed and if he plies his vo- cation or within the city limits hereafter he risks a fine of $100. f Following the example- set by Waco and other enterprising cities a war has been waged against stray dogs and unmuzzled canines. Every dog must here- after wear a muzzle before he jgj i can roam the highways of the r city and forgetfulness of this . I IVll 1J 1 it ' m I t WHY NOT SPEAK IT NOW?! "Why didn't you say it sooner papa? I wouldn't have failed." A little boy looked with tear dimmed eyes into his father's earnest and troubled face as he asked the question. The father had been trying to comfort him over this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 August 1907

r i -9 1 The DailyBoiletin HATES PHINTING CO.. Pro us. Cntered at the Brownwood Postoffiee as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager C A. TDNNEI.L City Editor. E. E. Kirk path i ck Asso. Ed. AW R. Duia Foreman Mech. Dept. E O. SKITZ Daily Circnlator. Subscription per Month . 50c Wednesday Aug. 28 1907. i;ooootovotOfOi' T' i General News I o t A toniailo did much damage at Woodfield and New Castle Ohio and a child was killed. Charles Andrews of South Bend Ind. shot and killed his wife and committed suicide at Chicago. Nelson Morris head of the great packing house firm of Nel son Moms & Co. died Monday after a lingering illness. Four neonle were burned to death in a fire in a resort in Okla homa City. It is believed the in- mates were either drugged or mur dered before the house was fared. Three negroes are under-' arrest pending investigation. Officers and men of the United States cruiser Raleigh complain of no shore leave for the pas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 August 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 Officers: T. C. YANTIS President J. C WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMJNES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. is intinately acquainted with us. He writes us five times each year and insists that we answer his fetters by giving him a statement of the condition of pur bank on-the day called for. He also sends Mr. Bank Examiner to visit us twice a year as his representative to inquire into our methods of handling our depositors money and see that it is accurately accounted for. This with the reputation of our officers and our large surplus which is equal to our capital should be sufficient guarantee that your money will be safe if entrusted to us. Call and see us. if :.. rj-.-l. The BrownwoocL National Bank We issue certificates of deposit. Mr. Skinner's Mistake. Editor Bulletin: There is still a widespread mis- understanding in many parts of this country about the teachings and practices of Catholics...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 August 1907

I If I Xlie Discount o o Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still booming. Many people have taken advantage of some rare bar- gains You should do likewise. ft $6.50 Kitchen for $3.50. 2 bins Think of this it is a plain kitchen table. Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Oster- moor Mattresses Empire Furniture Co. Wood as Strong as Iron. Becent official tests of the man Tenable hard woods native to "West- ern Australia have made known the extraordinary properties of yate be- lieved to be the strongest of alt fcnbwn woods. Its average tensile strength is 24000 pounds to thf square inch equaling that of good cast iron But many specimens ar; much stronger and one was tested up to seventeen and one-half ton io the square inch which is equal to the tensile strength of wrought iron. The sawed timber of yate ia probably the strongest in the "world The tree grows to a maximum keight of 100 feet and has some times a diameter of two and one kalf or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 August 1907

I For chronic diseases of all lands see Dr. Parris the Osteo- path. Phone 568. Judge Conner and family have returned from a very pleasant stay on the ranch near Elkins.. If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Harry Porter went to Goldth- waite this morning on business. Miss Robbie. Whaley went to Coleman this morning for a visit to friends. Miss Gertrude Chambers re- turned yesterday from a visit to - friends and relatives at Santa Anna. Mrs. A. N. Rogers of Paris who has been here for several days on a visit to her sister Mrs. Stromeyer left this morning for her home. $200.00 buys two good lots in Valley View addition. Terms. E. B. Henley & Co. Lee Hall went to Goldthwaite yesterday to unload and. start a iiew automobile for J. B. Fergu son. If you want to buy or property in Brownwood. Chambers Commission Co. sell See Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benham of Cisco returned to their home yesterday after a visit to rela- tives in this city. If your eyes trouble you see Dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 August 1907

4r DAILY BULLETIN. Wc wint the Fire Insurance We issue the best accident policies on the market Sec oil yournew dwelling. Can E. B. HENLEY & do. us. E. B. HENL.EY & CO VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. VEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 29 1907. NO. 271 r Fall Millinery The season for Fall Millinery showings has arrived and during the next few weeks the all absorbing topic with the ladies will be the new styles in headwear. The new styles are lovely and of course the ladies are impatient to see them therefore we are hurrying with all our might to get ready for the usual grand opening when all the newest creations known to the Millinery art will be on display. If you want the correct styles you will come to fashion headquarters. Miss McHutchon. The Brooke Smith Residence For Sale Has all modern conveniences hot and cold water on second and third floors two bath rooma all tit ted out 8 rootns'besides kitchen. Barn Buggy house servants room laundry room -and wood house. Will sell for money or trade for g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. S abacription Pep Moath 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech..Dept. ALL CAN HELP. . . The public library being an institution in the benefits of which all may partake the Bulletin suggests that - concerted ac- tion be taken to build up there just such a collection of books as will be most valuable and in which all can be interested. The idea is suggested by the action of the Shakespeare club in starting a Shakespearean library. This club has made a nice be- ginning to which could be added many valuable books bearing upon the life and the works of this great author. The club could well afford to add one or two volumes a month until we have a complete library of Shakespearean works. The Sons and Daugh- ters of the Confederac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 August 1907

' eeoo :o:o: o.eoeo eooe o :: o:o::o 0:0:0:0 o o o o - tid Ncttleton li i JM Ncttlcton fir Ncttlcton 11 Ncttlcton's Shoes. - Special Orders Taken by J. A. Blackshcar The Place f ot Quality. The Man's Outfitter. 9 9 9 :::::::a i:::::'::::: jUW FOGHBBLS 9! State Health Officer Requires Rigid Situation. Bicycles FREE USE OF DISINFECTAHTS Pleaty of Freth Air to be Gives All Pupils aad Bni!diBgs Kept Clean. Floor Swept With Sawdust County School Superintendent Courtney Gray has received copies of the new law recently passed by the thirtieth legisla- ture relative to sanitation of all school buildi rigs also a circular letter from Dr. W. M. Brumby state health officer requesting the aid of all county superinten- dents in the enforcement of the law. He states that it is to the cultured and educated element of the state that ihe looks for aid Jnd asks that every effort be pade to assist in not only enforc-. ing the law but also in making' sanitation a matter of daily! routine to' the childr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 August 1907

The DailyBulletin KATE! PRINTING CO.. Prou. Catered at the Brownwood Postoffice an Seeond-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager C A Tunneix City Editor. E. E. Kirepatrick Asso. Ed. W R. DutA Foreman Mech! Dept. E C. SsiTZ Dally Circnlator. Snotcription per Month 50c Thursday Aug. 29 1907. fHftOOOOOOOOOOO 1 General News ! oooooooooooo The Santa Fe will raise trees from which to get ties in future. Saloon men of Hidalgo Starr and Cameron counties have or- ganized. J. M. Reed was killed near Henderson when his horse fell on him. Unidentified assailants attack- ed Joseph L. Crixwell at Browns- ville. ! Lee Roe who killed his mother at iiilleen was allowed $10000 bail. . . A Russian al Galveston is charged with swindling immi grants by charging fliem for ex cess baggage. Captain Oakes recommends that the government do the work of dredging the Gaudalupe river. Intern atioal canal survey from Pass Cavallo to Aransas Pass is expected to be completed s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 August 1907

I i tQEach Cause Has Its Effect. Each Effect is Followed by Results. IW M the CAUSE he a Saving-Bank Account the EFFECT your Savings and the RESULT will Read"4vVEALTH. PNE DOLLAR will start you on the road to WEALTH it you open a Savings Account with US and keep adding to it. We keep valuable papers such as deeds wills etc. free and furnish safety lock boxes to cus- wiiuuui. Liidic. l rompi auenuon given to an ousiness entrustea to our care. We protect every interest of customers. Would be pleased to have you call and see us or write. Capital and Surplus $200000.00 our The Brownwood National Bank. Officers: Ti C..YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. I ATTENDED BANQUET James H. Baker Reports a Royal Welcome at Dallas. BROWNWOOD WILL ATTEND Ex iked Rider Baker Gave Assurance to tke Dallas Ledge That the Bayou City Will Be There in Force. Exalted Ruler James H. Baker of the...

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